Advocates TrainingWorkshops – Moonraker’s Brewery 12970 Earhart Ave., #100, Auburn (by airport) 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Thursday. Sept 28th
Wed., Oct.4 Thursday, Oct 12
Wed., Nov 1 Thurs., Nov 9
Overview o1’Land Use Issues in Placer County and the role of CEQA in Land Use anci lJnderstanding the vocabulary and acronyms lrorn NOP. Neg Dcc to Draft/Final EIR
Flow to review a CEQA environmental document and not bc ovcrwhelrncd Writing and submitting comments on an environmental docurnent –
KEY WORDS – FIND YOUR Project (to comment on)
Making your CEQA comments and peer review
Guiding policy frorn the “inside” – serving on Boards and Commissions Advocates Gradr”ration and Coordinating our Future Impact
If you would like to.ioin the Advocates Lead Workshops or need additional information please send an email to Advocateslead@gmail,com before September 15th
Beginner’s Bird Walk – Miner’s Ravine, Roseville
Thursday, Oct 5, 2017
9:00- 11:00 AM
Leader: Heath Wakelee (916-870-5253) email@example.com
Meet at 9:00 AM at the bottom of the parking lot behind the UA Olympus Pointe movie theaters located at 520 N. Sunrise Ave., in Roseville. This is a paved, multi use trail with a gentle slope. We should see many oak woodland species of birds and the treat (we hope) will be White-throated Swifts near our turn around point. Round trip is about 11⁄2 miles. Please call Heath with questions or for help with directions.
Bird Walk for Beginners – Traylor Ranch, Penryn
Saturday, October 7, 2017 8:00-10:00AM
Leader: Jim Groeser (530-432-6596) firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at 8:00 AM in the parking lot off Humphrey Rd. at the south- east corner of Traylor Ranch Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary in Penryn. Note: the address for the Reserve is 5050 English Colony Road in Penryn. This trip is intended for beginners, but experienced birders are welcome and add to the experience for all. Traylor Ranch affords an opportunity to see the resident species of the lower foothills and valley floor, usually twenty or more different species. We’ll spend about two hours and walk a little more than a mile. Come on out, bring your binoculars and help us find some birds. The more eyes and ears, the more birds we’ll see. Here’s the Placer Co. web site for Traylor Ranch http://www.placer.ca.gov/departments/facility/parks/parks-content/ parks/traylor-ranch-nature-reserve
Bird Walk at South Yuba River State Park at Bridgeport
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Leaders: Bob Slyker & Carol and Bruce Malnor (530-205-9011) email@example.com
Meet at Bridgeport’s north parking lot (just over the highway bridge) on Pleasant Valley Rd. Easy walking on a wooded trail and along the river. We will see species common to an oak woodland/riparian ecosystem, such as Oak Titmouse, Black Phoebe, Downy and Acorn Woodpeckers, Spotted Towhee, White-crowned Sparrow, and possibly an American Dipper.
Bird Walk For Beginners In Grass Valley
Sunday, October 15, 2017
8:00 -10:00 AM
Leader: Dan Stewart (530-265-4677) firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet in the Briar Patch parking lot at 8:00AM.
This walk is designed for beginners, but more skilled birders are helpful and welcome. We’ll talk about binoculars, how and where to find birds, what to look for when you find one. We meet at 8:00AM in the parking lot of the Briar Patch Market on Sierra College Drive in Grass Valley. We walk for a little less than two miles and it usually takes about two hours. Fifteen to twenty different species are almost guaranteed, especially with enough sharp eyes and ears. It’s a nice walk up over the hill at Sierra College and back to the Briar Patch. Come on out and help us find and identify some birds.